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Haiti: Art Histories

Jean-Michel Basquiat wasn’t just interested in history—he wanted to breed with, butcher, and avenge it. Engaged in a ritualistic act of historical restitution, he crossed the black diaspora with pop culture, religion, and drugs. Jerry Saltz, “To Hell and Back,” The Village Voice (April 12, 2005) In third grade, Jean-Michel Basquiat sent a drawing of […]

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